At 29 years old, my favorite compliment is being told that I look like my mom. Seeing myself in her image, like this daughter up top, makes me so proud of how far I’ve come, and so thankful for where I come from.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles has been awarded the Secure Driver License Award 2022, a recognition of its advanced security measures in state-issued ID documents which are designed to prevent fraud and counterfeiting.
The design of the driver's license incorporated anti-counterfeit measures, such as embossed images, the signature, and raised lettering. Additionally, two images of the ID holder's picture and birth month were included, which change according to the angle at which the card is tilted.
A new version of the state seal was developed for the driver's license card utilizing the multiple laser etching method.
On the 15th of December, 2022, Brian Zimmer, the President of the Coalition for a Secure Driver's License, presented Mark Schroeder, the DMV Commissioner, with an award.
From May 3rd of 2023, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will require a federal ID document, such as a passport, driver's license, or ID card, in order to travel by air within the country and to access secure military bases and federal facilities.
The Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration earned recognition in 2018 for their production of driver's licenses with multi-layered security designs, awarding them the National Security Excellence accolade.
Mark J.F. Schroeder, the Commissioner of the DMV, expressed in a press release his pride in obtaining an award that acknowledges the efforts his department has put in to secure the driver licenses and non-driver ID cards provided to New Yorkers. He declared that the identity documents they offer are "equipped with the most advanced security features available, making them almost impossible to replicate".
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